Kenyan Shilling


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Kenyan Shilling

The currency of Kenya. It was introduced in 1966, replacing the first East African shilling.
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And while the South African rand has been one of the continent's currency losers for the last two years, the Nigerian naira and the Kenyan shilling have been much more robust.
The move aimed at reducing the cost of power on the consumer end will see foreign investors inject cash into local power generation projects using the Kenyan Shilling.
The Kenyan shilling slipped to an eight-month low on Monday on investor concerns over security.
FTSE Group (FTSE) and the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) have announced the launch of the FTSE NSE Kenyan Shilling Government Bond Index, the world's first independently calculated benchmark index tracking the principal Kenyan government bond market.
The Kenyan shilling weakened for the third day against the dollar on Thursday on importer demand for the greenback, while the main stocks index fell to a 15-month low on investor jitters, traders said.
The Kenyan shilling, since the start of 2016, has been strong, with an appreciation of almost 0.
The Kenyan shilling has eased in value after the central bank injected liquidity.
The launch of the FTSE NSE Kenyan Shilling Government Bond Index further reinforces FTSE's position as Africa's index provider and showcases FTSE's commitment to providing innovative and pioneering solutions for the African investment community.
The Kenyan shilling firmed to trade off its all-time low of 87.
Meanwhile in Kenya, problems in the banking sector, depressed tourism and tea earnings and the continued suspension of IMF credit have led to a steep (23%) depreciation in the Kenyan shilling since January.
Kenya has been seeing frequent falls in the Kenyan shilling exchange rate, and the bank has resorted to repos to stabilise it.
The Kenyan shilling fell to its all time low of 87.